Most established nonprofits came of age in the analog world of the 20th century, when information was carefully managed and pushed vertically to constituents and through the mainstream media. The Internet has flattened that world, scattering audiences, limiting the scope of news media, and democratizing information so that it can no longer be controlled. Twentieth-century communications practices grow increasingly obsolete, but how to keep up with – let alone take advantage of the opportunities presented by – the rapidly evolving digital environment is a critical issue for institutions constrained by long-standing internal processes and by the sheer weight of organizational history. In this session, teams from three major nonprofits share what they’ve learned about such constraints and how to overcome them. Who are the key stakeholders and what kind of “institutional learning” is necessary? How can an organization transform itself into the kind of nimble, transparent and inclusive entity that succeeds in a digital world?